Hi, I have a large stack of photo paper that was ruined due to a classmate kicking open the single door to the darkroom... I tested the paper, and it is all ruined. Is it possible to somehow separate the silver from the paper? I saw someone once remove the silver from fixer, and I thought of using some fresh fixer and just running undeveloped paper through it to strip the emulsion. Will this work? I also, as a side question, wondered: since the silver in the fixer is removable by redox (I've seen it with steel wool), is it possible, using an electric current, to put it back into a fresh silver chloride emulsion using a current and a saltwater solution? edit: also, I have some homemade emulsion that went bad, I thought about reacting it with copper to get silver metal, then using an electrical redox reaction in the same way as above, with a salt solution, to make silver chloride... will this work as well?